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How to Save the Union
tt'tterlj false and iham as the present panici
in ti c South is, 1ii its origin and motives,
(ante it evidence wbioh can hardly be dis
pattd, that It has rtn'cted upon the South,
and haa produced there, to a considerable
extent, many of the evils with which they
threatened the North, or which they lirau
lated or prophesied at home, to alarm their
own people, or to make a show of excite
ment to bully the North. Bankers and cap
italists in the f outh have bee alarmed by
the continual threats of politicians to pre
cipitate a colluioo. . They are curtailing and
calling ia their loans, which causes peculiar
hardship at this time, when go great financial
facilities are needed to move the cotton crop.
Jn Georgia and Virginia the1 papers' state
that the price of negroes has greatly de
clined, and holders who are forced to sell by
other embarrassments, do so at a sacrifice of
$300 or $400 a hand. These hardships come
upon them at a time when they need more
than usual credit, on account of the de
ficit in the cotton and grain crops, which
compels the planters to buy mors than the
usual proportion of their food from abroad,
while their resources 'from their staple are
curtailed. Besides thic, the negro question
baa been agitated go furiously by Southern
politicians, in the presence of their negroes,
and abolition declurcd at the inevitable re
sult of the election of a Republican Pres
ident, that either the alarm of the people
imagines disaffection among the slave', or it
really exists. How could it be otherwise,
when there U evidence that can hardly be
disputed, that in some of the Southern States
the farce of negro insurrection has actually
been played, as a means of frightening their
own people and the North, ands a pretext
for driving out the poor whites from among
them, or disposing of them by Lynch-law a
proceeding about as sensible as to build a
bonfire in a powder magazine in order to
create false alarm.
Much ef this criminal trifling with their
own safety grows ont of the feet that the
politicians who hold the Federal offices and 1
the political control of most of the Southern
States, are not of the class which holds the
great property interests in the South. The
.Democratic party there, as in the North,
represents numbers against property. The
Dcpcratic politicians are not the great
slaveholding class. This was formerly in the
Whig party. Now it is chiefly included in,
the OpponiuoD. - Consequently the demo
cratic politicians are .as ready to' use, and
aaurifice, if necessary, the property interest
to theft political purposes, as Northern poli
ticians art to sacrifice the interests of their
own section forfeit; political profit. , ,
But this sham fright has resulted In real
distress and danger in the. South. The ex
citement destroys confidence and parallzes
business. It is indispensable that it should
end at once. And this is the point tj which
we wish to direct the attention of patriots,
of whatever name. What other way of
ending this agitation is there, than by an
election of President by the people? Who
is there that dare resist the great vox populi,
spoken in the way appointed by the Consti
tution? The whole nation will bow in sub
miorton to this fiat. Alarm will subside,
confidence will be restored, and every sec
tion will then bethink itself that. this coun
try is not like France, whose whole political
rights hinge on a single election; but a gov
ernment of separate departments, with dis
tinct powers prescribed by the Constitu
tion; and that constitutional rights are not
subject to the chances of a Presidential elec
tion, but are fortified by every department
of the government.
What man can call himself a friend to the
Union, who would defeat an election by the
people, and throw the election into the
House, to be subject to such a contest as that
which disgraced the country over the elec
tion of Speaker, aggravated by the immense
patronage at stake, .and exposed to the vio
lence of the reckless politicians ' who have
been, threatening disunion, and who think
that by getting up a scene of violence and
bloodshed in the House they can precipitate
it at any moment? What mockery to call
this friendship for the Union I . -- . , -
Nor is the idea of some of the fire-eaters
that they can precipitate a revolution at any
time, entirely improtiable. Let blood be
Bhed in the House, and the affair will be
telegraphed instantaneously over the whole
country. Thousands of infuriated people will
rush to Washington; and then where it Is to
Stop? The imbecile President will be help
less, and perhaps a traitor; and reckless
Southern politicians, who at home would be
put down in one of thiir own villages if they
attempted say disunion pranks, will riot in
the storm which they have raised.
Thousands of Federal office-holders from
the South, and perhaps from the North, who
would sacrifice the country rather than give
up their bold on office, will be at Washing
ton urging on violent measures, and the
public cafety will be entirely in the bauds of
a reckless, unscrupulous and irresponsible
class of gambling politicians, many of whom
" have already threatened treason.
Certainly no friend to the Up ion can de
sire to trifle with its safety ia this way. Its
worst enemies could not contrive any thing
so dangerous to it. The moral power of a
constitutional election by the people
will be sufficient to put down alt
threats of resistance to the inauguration
of any President from any party. An elec
tion by the people u necessary, to the safety
of the country. As soon as that is an
nounced panic will subside. Business will
again resume its accustomed channels. Sec
tional animosities will vanish. The South
will take care of its owa disunionists. Con
stitutional rights will be safe. Tbey are not
subject to any President; and, besides, will
be protected in every section of the country
by a President elected by the people. An
election by the people is the only safety for
the Union. Party distinctions are nearly all
broken down, and none of tbem are of any
consequence compared with this consumma
tion. Let evtrry man cast his vote to elect a
President himself, and thus put a stop to this
excitement which is so injurious to our in
terests, abd.f dangerous to tbecottsUry,
The Out. for November has been received, .
with its usual freightage of thoughtful and '
wtl-wrlUn articles, of which the following '
are the titles: "The Story of West-Indian
Emancipation," " Ernest Hay," " The Moral
Liairnotu ror . Disease," Proeiiiution,' l
' fekeu hef a Leading English Atheist," " A
Tbansgiving Hymn,'' "Ursula," " Hi Em
bohrcr and lis Pupils," "Aretha Priesthood
Sincere t" -Fern-Fall,' "The Catftoli
Chant," ''Critical Notices.'.' v . .
How to Save the Union The Exposure of Humbugs — Duty of a
I A friend of ours is quite desirous that we
shall pitch into a person whom he represents
as practicing deception upon the people, and
under a prrteiipe of holding comronnications
with the inhabitants of another world, taking
their money fcild putting it in bis ow
pocket. He is of the' opinion that 'by so
doing "exposing the imposition" we shall
confer a favor upon the community, and, at
the same lime, administer merited justice to
the offesden He even presents the case as
matter "of duty a duty which we, in the
character of journalist, owe to the public;
and wonders how we can find It in our con
science to lefrain, where the facts are so
patent, and the wrong so palpable. Upon
this hint, we have a few things to, offer
. If a journalist were to set himself at work
to denounce or hold up to reproach all who
tnay, by others, be. presented as practicers
6f deception with a view to gain,' he would
soon bave bis hands full in more senses
than one. All men, more or less, in the
prosecution of their business affairs, .practice
the svppreuio vert, if not the tuggettio falsi;
and the place where excusable deception
nd, and reprehensible deception begins, is
purely matter of opinion. In the' present
condition of morals, a man may lie a good
deal without -losing caste either in social or
in business circles; and indeed, in the latter,
" sharpness," in the sense of unscrupulous
ness, is not unfreqnently the subject of high
When a man becomes notorious for the
success with which he practices some art or
piofession, which others suspect to be era
pyrical, it is usual for the hitter to assume
that he if as well convinced of its unsound
ness as they are themselves; and that there
fore he is a willful impostor. No assumption
is less likely to be correct. They who are
most successful in convinoing others, are
tliey who have first been most successful in
convincing themselves. The earnestness of
belief is the thing of all others most efficient
iu the nmking of converts; and this earnest
ness is a thing that can not be simulated.
The history of the world shows that, in all
ages it has been the zeal of the propagand
ist a thing tbstJcan only spring from con
viction that lias led mankind, and not the
truth of the doctrine, or the value of the
cause in which it is exhibited.
Whether this or that man is a humbug or
not, is a matter of opinion, in which it is
just os allowable to hold one side as another
If a man draws crowds and gains proselytes,
it is evident that he has claims which appear
sound to the minds of others, as well as to
his own. If he is not successful, he is not
dangerous, and therefore to attack him
would be a waste of ammunition; if he is suc
cessful, there is a mass of opinion in his
favor, which may properly offset that which
stands against him. And in this respect he
is like all the rest of his race. Thore is no
man whose place is not determined by the
balance of opinion for and against; who has
not those who deem him unsound as well
as those who deem him sincere and honor
able. And it is a pregnant fact that they
who, from the circumstances of the case, are
supposed to be best fitted to judge, are in
variably the most prone to condemn.
What school of doctors does not pro
nonnca, every other school of doctors
a body of j. errorists ? What physi
cian does not look topon nearly all the phy
sicians in his vicinity as quacks, practicing
butchery upon the community in the name
of a science of which they bave no just con
ception? What lawyer would trust an im
portant case of his own in the hands of an
other lawyer, without a rigid supervision?
And what priest that does not look upon
sitting nnder the preaching of another as, if
not worse, little better than time thrown
away? There is probably not a priest, a
lawyer, or a doctor in existence, who, tried
by a jury taken from the members of his own
profession at large, would not be pronounced
either a humbug or an ignoramus ; and we
might extend the remark, with eual truth,
to other trades and callings.
Beginning here, the newspaper that should
adopt the avocation of general expoBer and
denouncer of humbugs, empyrics, quacks
and the like, .would bave its hands full,
And if it should enter upon the business of
exposure at all, on what rational ground can
it proceed against one, and not against all
whom any can accuse of being other than
tbey profess? Or, if otherwise, where shell
the line between permissible and censura
ble humbuggery be drawn? and who has
power to lay down the standard and adjudge
upon its application to individual eases?
The truth is, the wisdom necessary for such
a calling is greater than a majority of jour
nalistswho are no more than men pos
sess; and therefore none should be trusted
with it. We make no pretensions to such
It is every man's duty so to tax the rest of
mankind as to provide for himself. If he
only levies upon such as voluntarily pay,
the law of the land is all that is desirable to
protect the publio against his acts. If he ad
vances doctrines as the basis of his demand,
they are open to examination, and he has no
right to compluin; but tbey should be exam
ined fuirly, and without prejudice or pas
sion without reference even to his indi
vidual imperfections or idiosyncrasies. It
would be hard to put Christianity on trial
by its manifestations in a dyspeptic, or a
rheumatic professor one who has a chronic
gout, or asthma, or neuralgia who has a
termagant for a wife, or a harridan for a
mother-in-law. That trade which man
practices for a living should be bandied care
fully, for it is his living. If he practices with
that decree of assiduity that secures him suc
cess, the probability is that, however incon
sistent bis course may seem to others, he be
lieves in it; in which case he will be likely
to look npon prosecution as persecution, nor
will he be far out of the way.
Clivilamd telegraphs to the Sunday En
quirer, by special diBpatch from Washington,
that South Carolina has made a proposition
to Louis Napoleon for French protection, in
case Lincoln is elected; an item which was
published in the Pass last Thursday. It is
evident that Cleveland takes the Pbkss. A
few days age the Commercial, which has a
special disgust at special dispatches, pretended
to discover that Cleveland was the corre
spondent of both, the Gazette and Enquirer.
How every thing moves in a cireuit I Think
of Cleveland at Washington, clipping items
from the Fbiss and telegraphing them to the
Enquirer and Gaictte, and exciting the envy
of the Commercial by their superior enter
prise; and all revolving around the Patau,
reflecting Its light!
' Dumond-Widdiio Bastlitt Diclikino.
Lieut. Bartlett, father of the girt In the
"diamond wedding," has fullea into great
contempt.'' A tradesman tried to collect a
bill of him the other day, when he made an
assault on the mat. and baa been arrested '
A Holy-stone Quarry.
Mr. David Wyrick has gone and done it
again. life baa found another holy-stone Vt
Newark, Cbiof' Somebody tells of strokes
of lightning tunning in a family.. Findi6gj
bbly'-stones ' seems to be inherent in Mr.
W j rick; as describing holy -stones il n tile
Commercial.' This time he dug it Hp in a
stone box; and in order to have witnesses of
his discovery,.. (o put scoffers at'Loly-Stones
to fhanie, he discovered it and dug it up in
the presence of several gentleman. This re
markable fact is so essential to the genuine
ness of this relic, that we quote it from the
account of. "a reliable citizen of Newark,"
so as to preserve the exact language for the
future archaeologist : '' " ' v '
"Mr. Wyrick has made another remarkable
discovery. To day, while he was makihg
researches in the Stone Mound, eight miles
south of this city he, (in the presence of
several gentlemen of this City,) dug np Bn
oval-shaped stone box,' about eight inches in
length, and four and a half .inches wide,
Which contained a stone about seven inches
long by four wide, and two inches thick.
On one side of this stone is carved a human
figure retrmblwg a Jtmeh Priett in cottvme.
livery available part of the stone u covered
trith imcriptioni. One end is rounded off.
The other has bad a handle attached, (or
place through which to pass a cord or tape
to suspend it.) The handle was broken off
in opening the box. The characters bear a
resemblance to the Hebrew. .It is conjec
tured that other inscriptions npon it are in
other languages.", ,
Practice makes perfect. Mr. . Wyrick im
proves as be gets his hand in. This holy
stone is better than the other. Ia time we
may expect great feats in this line. . , The
figure of the Jewish Priest in costume, is
probably the last Priest of the lost tribes. If
Mr. Wyrick keeps on he will undoubtedly
discover the place where they went in.
"Every available part of the stone is covered
with inscriptions." "One end Is rounded
off." "The characters bear a resemblance to,
the Hebrew." .-''It is conjectured that other
inscriptions upon i, are in other languages."
As every' available part is covered with
inscriptions in Hebrew character, these
"other inscriptions in other languages upon
it" are probably just bcyend where the stono
' rounds off. ,; ', '
As the ConroierciaZremarks'it completely
eclipses the holy-stohe."' ' So much so that
this makes the other seem almost unholy.
Sheridan Knowles's "William Tell."
A country exchange, of Friday evening,
has this paragraph : : .
, "The Cincinnati Prist, of yesterday, stated
that Sheridan Knowles, the 'author of
William Tell,' was dead. Mr. Knowles is
still living, and will be surprised to learn
that the J'reei accuse him f 1 being the
author of Schiller's William Tell." '
i Our rural cotemporary's wisdomj in dis
covering that Knowles, the dramatist, was
alive, after the first dispatch, announcing
his death (to which our reference was made)
had been contradicted, is no less astounding
than its revelation that . Schiller, wrote'
Enowles's play of William Tell, with which
every school-boy is familiar. Schiller's
drama every way superior to its English
namesake has, we believe, never been trans
lated for, or adapted to the English stage. Our
village Solon never heard of but one William
Tell, and doubtless believes that the great
German writer is also the author of Rossini's
opera of the same name. He is like the
bumpkin who heard that a certain actor
was to play "Julius Caesar." "Why, how
con be," was the question, "Caesar died,
didn't he, in New York, the first time the
cholera was there ?"
Additional Particulars of the Toledo
We mentioned, in Saturday's Press, that
an accomplished girl of Toledo, on whose
education her father had bestowed great
pains, a graduate of Obcrlin College, of fine
musical talent, and who had delivered sev
eral literary lectures, had eloped with a col
ored barber, to whom she was married at
Detroit, leaving her father in a state of mind
easier imagined than described.
Limited space compelled us to olnit one
of the details of this affair, which deepens
its hue. The accomplished girl was slightly
Political Coincidence Minus One.
The Commercial exults over the political
coincidence of the Bpeech of Senator Chase
at Covington, Kentucky, and the peaceful
and unmolested parade of the Wide-awakes
at Baltimore on the same night. On this it
exclaims: "Surely the political millennium is
at hand the cardinal theory of the American
Constitution freedom of. qpeech .and opin-ionv-is
about to be realised." .
' As a mob pitched into the Wide-awakes
and scattered them before they reached their
bull, one leg of this coincidence is dropped
out The political, seems to be subject to
the same fatality as other millenniums; it is
easy to announce but hard to play. ,
' ' ' : .I. It;..
! It was remarked by those who visited the
scene of the fire on Saturday evening that
nothing but the steam fire engine could have
taved our city from one of the most destruct
ive conflagrations that ever happened in this
country. Under the old. hand-engine and
voluntary system, the whole flat, from Western-row
to John, and from the Canal to the
River, with its scores of huge factories and
lumber-yards, would have been involved in
a common destruction. A million of dollars
would not bave covered the loss of such a
CAKirtiL Ncbsino Bsttib than Medicine.
Diet nursing, and the good care of the de
voted Sisters of Charity, who attend to the
wants of the eighty thousand patients who
annually pass through the hospitals of Paris,
seem to be now much more depended upon
to effect cures than the contents of the
apothecaries' gallipots. .
WClothee renovated and repaired, uo W. Sixth.
WOlotblng renovated and ra pair ad, M X. Third.
' V Patent Enameled Shirt Collar at Hasom's
Hat-ttore, 43 rtfth-atreet. ec3-x
' a"" A. A. arena, OlMks, Watch and Jewelry,
Bcs. SU and 171 Central arena.
H amoth Bir-lioHT. it is trulf salonl.h
Bis wkst ruh then ia at Wiois' Gallery thie
Sue weather, for hie Photograph; though when we
remember that th Mechanic' Fair awarded kin
the Flret Premium for the beet Photograph oa ex
hibition, over the prominent calierie In thai citjr,
It only ooariooe n that th public are appre
ciating their Interact. Gallery oa Central -a venue,
Mli hnlae L,.uw ,rrh, ., oo Saturday, November
s. Major IkiiiiH Dane Cvneai, is the aerent.
Bfib jtar of hi aae.
I Funeral ca Tuariay. Kov. s, at t o'clock.' ' '
, , - (Charae Knauiref.) . . . -..
' SCl.LIV4N.-Of shriharia, at 4 o'clock P. U. ea
Piindaj , Moveiubar 4. William biduev, eldeet eou of
SVter J ai d Margaret McUIII Sullitau, ed it
)eare, aleveu mouiha and nineteen dare.
flu) fuMrral, together with that of hi aieter,
aiarr Kva, who died on Friday ninraioa laet, will
ttike place, trum the reel deuce of b la pareau.447
Weel Vounh-et., at P af . oa Tuecdav nail. The
frirnde of the faaiiijr are tallied lev alUad without
I eW-Nn' liARGE pTOCItj OF THE MOST
deferable For Uoodej th neweat 'rhapee, made ap
In th beet manner, from freak akin. W Invite
aa examinatlo. y
"Wm. Docld & Co., ,
Batten and Furrleia,
144 MAIN ST.
1 ! -
T-aJlTTrtNTIONI EIGHTH WA rtD I
e0?5. ' The Republican! and Whle-awakee of
tne Eighth Word will meet et their W gwern, on
Hette-at , between J"hn and Cwtfor, THIS (M.m
rlnr) fcVENlNO. Every Kepnlilicaa anil Wide
awake or ttie Ward le reqeeateii to he priwent.
Bo-a . r J. BI'PtY, Prenldent.
iv iv ri aan m
v At. Akcii n
. A full a.t-WV
r nf the W.' ' '
of I 'INCINH Al I nplBUAW,!!
I HAPTKR. Nn 9. will be Held Til
rlny) EVENINO at 61 o'clock.
t.t.ilanra im rnn MMteii. Itv Orrl'
KH.P. ' ' () K. WHITCOMB, Sec'f.
Crnrr. or th Citv IrnA!icr Co., 1
irrvrinNATl. November 1, Hm. J
ATA ImETINOFTHK BOARD
nt llirnftnra (if tttia ComDaiir. held Otto-
rrTisAn Mr .inarm f!. Uim.r.R navlnff rwrcned
a Pn-alilent ofthe Company. Mr. THOM AS 8H KR
lAJCK elected to iiirroed him from Not. I, lfWO,
noj-c' WM. M. RICHAKDSON, Socretary.
(-r3sBriFORB NOTICING A PATRNT
erO". Meillrine we have to lie convince! thiit It
williprovfiiteelf til be all tlwt it la rec nnmihded.
And we wnnld Bay that the Reatoratlve flnnltalund
Blued ItenoTRtor of Prof. Wood will etand the teat
fully, and In fact It la without any doubt the firnt
article In market for Piirlfvinu the Blond and
atrongtbonina the ayatem. We hare no hoaltntlon
In roconiBnepeing Its e to all. noJ-M WKbm.
r . . EtECTBIO BATHS.
IbKSi " BATHS have entirely cured me of Hem
orrhage of the Lnngn, fJencral IM'llily end Ex
treme Nerrnn.nean. I waa nnahle to attend to mr
bouaehold nffiire, but am now enjoyine atrone; nnd
rubuet health. . . MUS. J. itoBEBTSOX.
; Cleveland, Ohio.
See dvertlicment In another column. noii-ae
iKr LIN, TVot MnUuin. will nmain tn Ihii
city MONIAY TUKUM Y and WKDN KSDAV of
tills week. Public Clrclmi every evening at 1
o'cl fk. Arfmmnnre cpntn.
Private pitting- during the day, from 9 o'clock
1 M. to ft P H.
Ronm t Carlisle Building, 51 Fourth -st . noar
g-'jal. O. O. F.-TIIK OFFICE KH AND
BrC Members of TKUTONIA . .oajwh,,
l.ODOR, No. 177. are hern by ri tvi" t- ipF7v
ed to npprmhteBt thir .indue THIS 1 JJ
DAY (Monday), at 2 o'cIm k P. M., ''-
in order to aTtend tht hnrlnl of tho
deceased' Brother. IIANNINd. Members of other
Iodffe are alo invited.
ro5-a KDWARD nUTTTSTBINlCtt, Sec'y.
t-asA RF!IARKABLB 17 f? WT
IkSJ. PAHSETT. lute from the Territory of
KaiiHA, acted a 8?Tiff there in the yenrn lsM-9.
loBt my health thronirh exposure a"d fattffue, and
not being able to set anv relief there, returned
b nine to my father s, In Brookville, Ind., where I
culled on medical an I stance, and none were ahle to
dne idt (?ooi; and after hearine so much about
MIpb TENNKHSEB CLAFMN,at.37J Sixth -street.
Cincinnati, Ohio, and the many and wonderful
cures aha was making, went Immediately there and
put myself under her examination and treatment
ard he told me exactly what ailed me. and how T
felt, nnd said the could cure me in a few weoks, and
haa done. so. althoVieh my case bad beeaprononnced
Incurable by good plysicians. - oc3i-f
A WONDER Fri1. KCdVRBT OF
KTOl.KN PKOPKKTY. (n tha uth of
ncLt. 1SA9. I had stolen from mv table a half-set
(if nilVer s peons. woTth 910, and had given up all
hopes of aver fli.drng them, until lat April, when I
nna an interview wnn juirh i iLnwu-asniK ulai
UN, now rertiilingat 371 Sith-st , Cincinnati. O.,
while he ard ber parents were stopping at mr Ho
trkwhen she told me the name of the person who
ttook them, and also said that she won Id cause them
t)r le returned to me; and last July the same spoons
Vera brought back, but by whom I am not able to
any. Tbey bad baea out of my posetwion about a
yoar. L. f. EDSON,
' Proprietor Western HM.
Galiom, 0., October IS, lHft. oetl-f
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For Sale or Exchange,
f-A FIRST -CIASS RESIDENCE
JHKZSt on Kourrh-st , with stone front and all
the modern fmprovemeotn, containing ten gHd
ized rooms and to good dry cellars The strwt
cira pa-s by the door every Ave minutes Term
reasonable. A ciiy ret i deuce, of from $3,0M)
fi,mjn iu value, will be taken in exchange fo.v prt
piiytnent. 1 his Is a rare chance for tho0 wi-ihtng
a good Fovrtb-st rosldenca. The proprietor's fam
ily being small, he wants a 1 '. red bouse. For
further particulars, address Box 005, P. O., or in
yulre at the Btove-store, Corner of Fifth and Sim.
Every variety, from the richest Sable to the
loweat-prlced Fun, alt renh and perfoct, at
TOWERS Ac CO.'S, .' ,',',.
, . '" Hatter and Furrier, j '
, ooi-e ,149 Maln-ai.
ggaGREAT CHOICE OF RIBBONS.
i Our new aaaortmeut I not equaled by any other
In the city; and what ie more eaeential, th
7 ' J. ! BOl'TILLlEft A BRO S,
ocH-x ;(0 Weet Fonrtb-at.
LADIES' FANCY FURS.
I have the largeat and beat (elected stock
of FURS ever offered In Cincfnpatl, ofevery
kind ai d quality. None but the genuine
article old, and all warranted free from
moth, or any other Imperfection.
X. IT. Maker,
ocl9-x BELOW FOURTH.
ft feT H K GHHAT KUKOPBAN
f-Si'LAlRVoYANT AND H KALI Nt. M tt
vi l M, Is located at Wainut-strtjet, (Jmeinnall,
It ts hoped no ore will des-mlr ftf a enre until they
have Kiv-n Madame U s medicines a trial. D irinf
bur travels she has been the instrument of restoring
Wbfalth and vitfor. tta'tumods who were ou the
Trrj,e of ihe grave, and who are now living mooa
ments of her skill and medloine.
ALL FORMS OF FRMALB PlFFTCTTLTIfS AT
ItNDtDTU U ITU THICUAFP1JCUC ULiULTd.
KODB 0V KXAIIINATIOM.
She does not require lurallds to explain svmvtonis,
teillng tuvir cause and locatioa satifactory as to
ifrii the contidcuce of all who have consulted her.
Medirlnee sent to ail part of the country by Kx
9 rest, when ordered.
LADD WEBSTER fc CO.'S
-SjNKW HTTIB 1VHT ISSUED AT
mr Call sad eee U.aa at Weet Fourth -.
MOORE'el fJ'iW DOUBLE LOCK.
UriTOtl ilCUINU MADHlNKi. with
recent lmeroveiuata. auraaee all other. ruardlaaa
fir price. Kxamiue them brre urchaiiiiig elee
Where. Bend for a circular and aamplee of aesiaa.
a.aii wasiea. n. Duiiain,
04 Weet Fourth-it , Cincinnati,
n-bm ele Agent for the United state.
n.BOPBXO'ZI, X ; ,
v. v v r
... v , n
I l" I S. f' 'a -K.-T- a-V I V I i 1
i'i T , (T" H M
Corner of Fifth and Vine.
r 'ir . ' '. .. , .; . . ' ' '
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.1. J .' -.II.' let 'J !-
.-. ; T- ... . ,-t;.-
, .-. SEASOIVABTeE
COLB & HOPE INS
Have An unoqualed assortment of
French Dress Silks !
At rery low prices. '
DHOGUET POPLINS !
I ' At 75, Stfi nd $ per rard. '
RICH PRINTED IYIERINOES!
, Id Chintz Colors and Boui)uot Fatterns.
MIMED AIL-WOOL DEL IES !
At a great bargain.
i t i
Plain ; French Meiinoes I
. . IN AW C0L0K8,
' "' -At 65, t5, 87X nd 81 per yard.
SHAKER " BLANKETS!
In,, r Made of extra fine wool.
Of our own Importation.
i Small, Dark Checks, for Boys' Wear.
We hare a full stock of the above Goods.
COLE dc HOPKINS. ' ,
noB-tf - Corner of Fifth and Vlna,:
TR. KARSnNKR'S PATENT ETjRO
TRu-THKHA KITT10 BATHS. CUKKS
PBRFOHMXDBYTHKM: ftfr. M. hamplaln, Bnt-t-r
Merchant, 23 Central -avenue Mercurial Affeo
tioti and Paralysis of the right leg. W A. Stai'y.
Plurjibr, 253 I'entral avenue. Stricture, partial
Paralysis and extreme Nervousness. Jas II White
Attoruey.atelaw, 30 W Unut street, Kheuinatfrun of
ten years standing. M. Huyder, Attorney -at-law,
General Debility, caused by hard study. John H.
Fatrick, Mfn-hant Titilor, 216 Vine-Htroet, Astl...
malic and Catarrhal AnVethm. Mr. lliniston. Tin
Dr at Dawsen's Tin-shop, George -street. Asthma,
Xypepia and nervous prostration, wm. ;Diok,
Cnrp-Pter, 42 Barr -street, Falpitation ot the Hnart
and ttf-w of btiHd to the brain. Mr. Adams, Gurau
d't, Va., ParaHais of the entire right side. Mrs.
Dr. wombaugh, 220 llirr.street. Incipient Oon
nmptiou. Miss K Ate Doherty, Gore-stnMTt. Cel
lular Dropsy and nervous deMHtv. Mrs. Hlghwar
det', Tiffin, Ohio, Falling ofthe Womb and Hysteria.
Theo Baths are In successful operalfoD at 414
West Fifth. street, between Hnnnd and Pjark jn'-
the change of Dr. N. Smith Boy n ton. lie Doctor
tefors all those winking to try these Baths to the
Irove-namfd p -rHoi s, and to many mire if d "sired.
All Chronic a"d Nervou-t Ailments treated with
MUal uereaa. Scrofula, Narcotic, and all miner!
111 pons abstracted from the system. Patients will
not t ke cold after taking these baths in t tie coldest
Treat her. fall and get a pamphlet, giving the
heorv and practfre of this new raHle of treatment.
No other baths like tt em in the city. Oonsultstioa
free. Office hour frnm 7 A M. to8f P M. Mm.
Bovnton will attpvd to the ladten. For further
particulars, call or utblres", InolosingstiimtK..
. A pu. N.aainu boyw7on.
bcte-tf ' . Cincinnati, Ohio. .
V 'U. CARD. t(". '
TfR. HENRY C. WTEVBNt, FORMER.
a'JI LV lour j earn with Geuriie W. Huydaui, bbgi
to inform Itis n -trodn and the pnblic that h has not
left the city, but haa purchaurd ttio UphuUtory
buniiiCrt" of Mr VKrova, Walnut St., be-
twtu 1st hand Seventh, and W making till klucls
rf MattresrM and Bedding. Also, dotng alt ktads
of Fancy UphuUtery. Pleasn giv m a calL
AT TODD'S . RESTAURANT,
No. GOl "VValitnt-atreet,
VEXT DOOR TO TODD'S OYSTER
J." IiKrOT, ; u can cut an excellent meal at all
ioure fur 2A centa. A few gentlemen oaQ b aopoiu
niodated with day-buard at f 3 per week..
Oyeter In every style.
. - FortTtna-telling' and Phran.Iogy.'
AM.. PERSONS WIHHING TO KNOW
their future pnwpecta, cau havutheat c rrectly.
tt'l by Hadnmc Alwin.at Ifl-J Fourth-t., comer
of Elm, where ahe may be oniultfd on ell matter
concerning love, Biarrtae;courthfp, law matter,
bugiuetiB anaira; and will tell the name of tho Itdy
or eentleman they will marry; alio the name of her
vuitor. , . ao4 .
1KIUT -All garbage, anhea. etc , in niv die.
trfrt, et of (Vnlml-.v., ninth of Court and west
or Vli.e, will be removed on M mdays. Wedneeday
end Kridava ; veit of (.uiral-av. . and auuth of
(.'i-urt, on Tueadaia, Thur.day and Haturdaye.
Prnpiieala for the piirchaae of the garbage, In
fuantitiee to auit purchaHera, will be received for
ii daya Inquire of the contractor, coruer of
f hitd at. and Cenual-av. ,
I nos-c JOHN COCIINOWER.
IjD, TRIED AND APPROVED.
J. J. BUTLER'S EXCELSIOR EECOBD FLVID
will be found admirably adapted to Ladle' rue:
will be perfumed to order, with the Balm of a
Thousand Flowers, or Otto of Itoae, if preferred.
Call at 30 Vlee-etrejt. oc3l-f
A D I K 8 OORSBT9,
S3 WEST FOUBTH-BTBXIT,
oclO One door eaut of Vine.
I C II A R D 8 ON,
BUIET Ml VDFAOTCBKB,
89 WEST I0U1T1.II1III,
10 i One door at of Vine.
TABLE OH, AND MI,T VTNEOAR
Jebt received, en Jnvulce of Uorgux and
Lucca Oil. Alau, half-lihda. Superior Malt Vine
gar, for table ua. For eale by
Kational Theater Bnilding, Byramore-at.
OLD RESERVE MADEIRA, VINTAGE
ef 1M2-Juat received, an linnortation of S
lialf pipee of Old Keaerve Madeira W ine. !M. Thla
Wise ia worthy the attention of oosaoiaeeur, and
for invalid it will be found Invaluable. Kureale.
wh.ilr.ale and retell, by JOHN BATKrJ,
nu Watioaal Theater Build ag, Sycamore. at.
JBWARD r. BRADSTREBT,
ATTOBNI-AT-LAW AKDk MOTABT.
Oflloe-No 85 Wet Thlrd-treet. bc-t
W ADIES", HOLLAND OIN TONIC.-
liJi t ree'd, W dus. Lad ie.7 Holland Ola Toule.
For le, wholeeale and retail, br
a. McDonald A oo.. ; ,
oolS fid and Branch 5 tH Weet Fourtht.
-FAfARASCHINO AND CVRACOA COB.
?,lAl' :,i""t "oeif"i W AtaraagUui
rbd Curacoa Cordial.
For al, wholeeale aad ret br
58 sard Brance '44 V WM roartlTit.
StXrTf'H ORANOB MtVtMALADC.
Juat rclved, dose suU Scvlji Orauate star.
aiini! an rotai
n. b .
A. MoIhVhJLD A CO.,
M sb4 Br
n eat Fl
TOU CAN J3 ATE 25 PER CET.
By Buying Your Goods at
No. 112 Pifth-sU
COME AND SEE!
- l: Tt m ,1. , , . v;.. .-.
eT-UMt IXooeivod I
BO HKCES PRINT ttn ALt-WOOI. DE.
,.'. - LAMBS, a .. ...
At 37X Cent.' ' -8,000
YAHD9 ALIi-WOOX, IftEB-lNOES,
;,'.,''' At SO Cent. ,
' S00 PIECES NORWICH POPI.IN8, '""
1 "At 39 On wartn 40 Oeata.
FrVB BALES WHITB FLANNEL,
A At VtX Cents Chea at 38 Cent.
lOO W O O L HH'A WLH,
At S3 usually sold at 8S.
TOGETHER WITH A LARUE STOCK OF
lo compare favorably with the txTe price,. ' J ' !
' " 112 PiftU-strooi,
no4-c BETWEEN VISE AND RACE.
TAYLOIl & ANTHONY,
' GENERAL IXSLRWCE AGENTS,
no. rq WEST THIItU-ST.,
' CINCINNATI, OHIO, I,..
Ipue Pollclee In the following reliable eompanle:
NEW YORK COMPANIES.
L0B1LLABD FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
"WASHINGTON FIRE IN80RANCE CO. i
GOODHUE FIRE INSURANCE CO.; '"
LAMAR FIRE INSURANCE CO.; '' '"
MABKKT TIKE INSURANCE CoU , -t
RESOLUTE FIBE INSURANCE CO.; '
iETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE CO.
INDEMNITY FIBB INSURANCE CO.;
ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE 00,'
Manhattan Life Insnrance Co.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. CO.;
IUWEB WILLIAMS INSURANCE CO. ; .
nori INSURANCE CO. J
NEW IIATE.V. .; .., :
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY.
9" Fire, Marin and Life Pollois luuer) on the
moat favoraMe term. - no4-x
And will b) Fabliihed NaT. 20, '.
A FBACTICAt TBEATISB OH
KMBBACINO ITS , '
l;l;L u.i ,
Fatholosy, -Oauaea, Bymptom
, ''.'.'by l, m. LAWSON,
Louieiaha formerly Profeuor f the Theory
; and Practice, of Aledicin In th .t
., , y Medical College of Ohio.
One volume M..Boyal octavo.
. : I 1 '
' Rickey, Mallory & Co.,
73 Weet Fourth-at., Pike' Opera-hone,
noi-b ' Publialier and Medical Bookaoller.
" Glycerin Honey."
GLYCERIN HONE Y-F O Tt PRR
VEMIMJ and curing Ohanped Hunda, Sor
L'P etc, and for whitening aud aofteulug the
km. For r-ele t "
EIIWAKD 80ANLAN A CO.,DrngfflBt, ,
Xorth-eaet corner Fourth and Maia-etreeta,
i lso4-ol .
XT on v ttruiau.
IP?1.Yi:?IfIJSH.-FOJl ORATES, WAN
ILLS, Coal-hoda, Iron Rallinga, and all kind
of iron ornament. Prepared bv
UWAKD BCANLAN A tX)., DmggHt,
Morth-eat corner Fourth and Maiu-atri
Candied Ginger, etc.
CANDIED GTNOER: ! '
Candied 'laK-root ; " ' '
'. , . Super cuated Cardamom , .
Aromatic Cachoiu, etc.
for tale hv
tUWARD 8CANLAN4 CO., Prnrelet,
riortu-eut corner Fourth and Jklain-atrootsV
payietty's Medioated Paper.
GATETTT'S MEDICATED PAPER IS
highly recnmmund-d for the euro and preven
tion of t'iiea. Jest reculved, and foraalein box
Of 6UU nd l.nno aheeta.
EllWAKD SCANLAN A 00., Drufnrlets,
Voxtb-eaet coruer Fourth and Maiu-etreet.
Without Taste or Smell.
THE ONLY ONK8 ADMITTED TO THB UNI
VKUSAIi EXHIBITION Of PARIS, 1SJ.
17OU THE SAFE, SPEEDY AND R AD
.. 10AL cure of G.morrh.a, (ileet, White, Iu
tlamniatinn of the Kidneya and Uldder, etc., they
are rei-nmmeurii-d aud prHNcritied by the ruudicul
profeeeion. wherever introduced, with uuvaryiug
euccea. For aale by
EHWAHD8CANLAN A Co., Drntelit,
not-e Nortb-eant irner Fourth and M4iio-at
, For Chapped Hands, etc
PTRE GI,YCEHIN. GLYCERIN T,D
TIO, Olyrertile ot Kneta, Camphor Ice, Cain
phor Soap, Glycerin ..np etc. Hold Oy
r ALJlKItT ROS., DrilKKlat,
no 8 W. cor. Outral-av. aud Kihth-t. '
CARD-BASKET, CA R D - C A S E 8,
W atch-eittuon, .lewelr -alauda, Porteuin
naiea, Latcheta, Tuff-boxe, Toili-t-liottlea, Por-tiiine-iitauda,
Mirrera, Pearl Inlaid Hair-hruiihee,
Toolb-truahea, aud a lurg variety of other uey
Article. For tale Ly
ALBERT BOSS, Drngglat, "p '
no4 8. W. cor Ceiitral-a aud tiKhth.t.'
' " Sulphite of I4me,
FOR ARHF8TIXO FBRMENTsTIOV
in Cidtir aud Vluerhei, eaaily managed
end flee from odor or tante. It will arraet furmviit
stiosat any d.irftd auRe.' We have niaautaciured
aud aold it largely for the laet two year, and have
raevr knows it lo fail. We are prep red to tupply
It ia auf uusntiiy. v
W. J, M. GORDON A BRO..
Mannlacturlng Chemiata aud Druggiata, "
po4- N, II. cor. Central v. aud Eighth-!.
SyruTj'.of jhe ITypophosphites,
Dr. rjirnrniLi.N remedies for
CONBUMP'rioN.-Tueeearticlee were broui lit
to notice In 17 br Dr. J. f. Churohlll, in paper
read before the Academy of Medicine, Pari. They
bave as extended reputation, and have met with
much eueoeaa.- We in maanfacturkug largei. and
can supply any demaud iu bitit or in balk.
, W. ) M OORDON A BltO.,
Masnauituring Chemiau and Drugglat,
aot-b N IT cor. Oentral av. aud Eighth.-
VKalltta it In th PHK84, when J.er ISimr.
tlaemeut will b more likely to be e.-a the lo tat
f Ut fr, 0 koeoasM o( it mlVwi uHiuv .
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
.! :;::"''. ,v' i
I IN THI5 WK81t
J M - ... . . i , i w e r
What I the rue of paving Thirty, Fortr or Flrtr
Dollars for a Cloak, when too can purohaae a reallr
Renteel (rarment for 9en, Twolr, FifUwa anal
Twenty Dollar, at
GEORGE LEWIS &C0S
Directly Opposite- Postoffloe.
. . . . . ' i-
, We are mannfaatnrinii all th Faahlonable Stile
At the abor nricea. end feol confidnnt that era na
nit all who wll lror ne.wllb calL
BEmEMBER THE LOCATION,
PS3 'Wowt ' Xronr-tlx ee ant..
I DIBECTtT' OPrOSrtlS THE POstOFFIOl.
GEO. LEWIS & CO.
West Ac Wilson's
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES!
REMOTFD FROM WAIiNHT-ST. TO
.0 WiibT FOUiiTa-BT., at Wis well's Pio-
We call th ntf-ntf -Tt of thf rnhlfrt to rorti antf
exam In p thfs Machines nnd the sfmpliottf of
fiieoi. inia ma:niDe is simpie ana loiw iiaieta
ft out nf rtrtlT than nny other now bof r th miir
ket. It wiH stitch from -'hm finar to tho conrnft
of fabric. It will u- the thread from thnorlnlnal
ipools. It can sii'ch hem, tuck, gathor, mak
Corn nn a pniroiien hftpntifnlly.
Call and get a sample of the work. . . ,-.
NO. 70 WEST FOURTITMBT., BETWEBH YlXU
At Wiweir Picture-store
' CINCINNATI, OIJ 10. ,
ooIjvtT M. It. R BOTjT & FISH Kit.
THK PnOPRIKTOR OF TUB A BOTH
ctlahlitihiHciit respectfully informs hit triuuda
and the public generally that be is btter prepar4
than ever t supply Hir orders with erery thiut
In his line. . t .
THK PINTNO-PARLOHS-of the Bt. fTharloi ar
lat-ffp and crnnforrablo, and wll supplied with rich
Slate cuf-fflaas And China, and huve lately reoelved
irect from Paris a superb lot of Table Ornatnoata. 1
suitable for r"-
' DINNERS, EUfNING OR WEDDING -PARTIES.
THE KITQUKN is under the superlntendeaoa of ..
Mr. N. WOL.F, whore he ha been for the but
fifteen years. '
With a com patent Steward and 'oblifflnir Walters. -
I hope a continuance of that liberal patrouaxe t
nMa rauiiiad f anerlt tl.lri. nr i
TIT Ba rri T 1 DO ai Wall m..mJk lt .
CHOICE WINES AND LfQUORS,
Borne of tbem tb accumulation of manr rears
noa-d n QKO. HE YEH, Proprietor.
Keen vour FoctDrvI
TO DO THIS YOU MOST '
" -a ' rrn T mr' nmrr ei n ota
ui a j m . a, ijutiuni U .
NO. S3 WEST FOUETU-ST., :
D OKT A FAIR OF HIS WATKR.
HOIIF BOOTS. Don't lot the fear of exor
bitant priceB deter von, aa he ha? marked hi prices
down so that they can no fail to auit the jcioeettt
buyer. t .... rw-t
i ' -AND-
wiraf'Af,TE, T, eivEForR.
v U0Kb poHer, ad co u. time two and a half
PUHbels of coal rer day.
Stiam and Haud Hoiatins Usohlnery, Pulley
AU kind of MarliiDery ninde to order.
JOHN B. MOOSKY. Maohlnl.t.
oof-x . 118 Weet Oi.liim'.ja-et.
SH FALL MILLINERY! rTTU
1 am now opening an entire new atock of
M VftJ.. )' "
jzonneis, AiiDoons, f lowers.
: CUT Volvfta
8'Lkh. tmi a xii fx.
Ituchna, llltind Lace and Mllr-
L1NERY GOODS of everr drintfnn
The attention of Milliner is called to our French
Pattern Hate, wholeeale and retail.
' ' rj, V1 T. WK1313, JTl., v
wott ii ruin
LEVI BROWJfSGOLQ PENS!
V FYI BROWN WAS TITB FIRST MAN.
BA UFACTOflKR of Oold Pen In th Suited
Btatoa.and ia diatiugniahed for the superiority of Jkig
workmalialilp. fen ur iiv i ; , 2
. . BOOS A 8HITH,
lTl-tf . Foortnt,
Fistula in Ano Treated :;" '
Ui , w :ti . iiweum, withiivt thb
Knile or Matiire. bv a new. almnle and euoii.
liar method of treatment, dieoovered by hinwelf -about
eight year ago, ai d whloh ha been at
;!'.",, ?,.w!tD oomplete uccea in every cue. Dr.
OWJKNS ba heen a citiion of Cincinnati f.r lh
Jnat twenty live year, at d aaaurea the afflioted that i
the above i no humbug. For further informa
tion, apply at hi office and realdence. No. 80 Wait
beventh-et., Cincinnati. nc30 tf
, Beeswax Wanted. '
HE niGHEST MARKET PRICE
paid for Beeawux, at all tims, by
omr. at . iiuna, iirnsgiat,
ni'i ' w a. eorner r irtn sua jn.ain-a. i
rff I.BS. TREKH - PRESSED, IN
tiVIVf hall and I lk. pkga.; '
100 Iba. freah-powtiercd. lo cane, for Bale by
OKO. M DIXilS, DriiKii.t,
nol t- N. B. corner Fifth and M no-at.
Dixon's Suerar-coated Pills.
PrRELY VEGETABLE, AND PLEtS..
ANTtouae Aiiiuitted to be the beet i'auibj
Pill in tue. Prepured only bv
GEO. M DIXON. DnmilBt,
ol N. K. corner fifth and Malu at.
Lard Pumps ! Lard Pumps !
1?. . .VJ! K.tt O R ARTICLE OT
JBASS OK IRON
101 Blxtli-it , In-t Vine and Kaeaa,
"English' Hardware Paper."
Pi Tl'NH - NOW RECBIYING -SIZES
f Sox4, 24xSii, UiSI and ittjU. Thia paimr Ml
tiiperiur to any mailo in ttiia coimtrr. and ia olTered
oa low a any artirle of Eaatero or Weetern mauu
fucture. For aale by
. tflXON.CHATriSLD ft WOODS,"
QC16 ... 7 and 10 Wamut at.
' Tailors' Pattern Paper.
NIXON, CHATFIRI. 11 A WOODS,
ocl 77 aud 79 Walnut aireei.
Ruled Cap and Letter Papers.
AT.ARGB ASSORTMENT On' HAND,
from nnc to tiiat clans For eale tow.
NIXON, CHATFIKI.D WOODS,
oclt 77 and 10 Waluut-L
SlItiAHS. . ,. , , .,
20 bbda. Choice Sugar: " 1
do b'l. Cruehed, P wd.asd Qranulatod Sugar t
. 60 brla. B.IIl.rd Suaar. ,1 ,
In atur and for i by -
AARON A, OOLTICB,
ocSl . 319 and 3aj Mit.
f-Mkn TutiATom-no iz,kn fhk-U-
iiuaauiiMi ia uar nana. "
AAKDN A. fOLTlR,
OC31 i 8l9ad 3'AI Mn-A i
BOJLKctCUOICK CO.UH UOMiY. -....
AAKHN A. 0'il.Tk.H, '
tdk BKLr. CUOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
OlF AARON A. COL f Hit,
ocJIl - Mlilaad'i Wali-e'vMt.
- .- e..f y I" ; ,f
ANO WIIITIf. Wlat
,1aon a. coltku, . -j
a . ,aai . .